Woofstock barks up the right tree

July 30, 2012 by  

This Saturday, August 4, Woofstock 2012 Animal Adoption and Music Festival will take place at the University of Puget Sound located at 1500 N. Warner Street in Tacoma, Washington. This event gets into swing between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm.

The festival is presented by the Dugan Foundation and is the 6th annual event of this kind. Filled with outstanding entertainment and a number of great pets that are in need of wonderful homes and caring people, this family festival takes place among the trees on the stunning lawns of Todd Field.

There will be more than 30 booths and approximately 200 loving pets waiting to meet and play with the families who attend. People looking for pets are provided a fenced ‘meet and greet’ area, where families can see if the pet they have chosen has the right disposition to fit into their homes. This event has the support of Washington State’s sustainability program of ‘no-kill’ animal communities. Families who already have pets are encouraged to bring them and enjoy the day.

A live showing of the animals is planned, as well as a performance by a disk dog. Donations are gladly accepted and very much appreciated. All money raised from this event will be applied to the 15-acre, off-leash, Dog Park in Tacoma. Dogs who attend this festival must be leashed.

Flyer printing and poster printing may have been used to advertise and promote this event to the residents of Tacoma and surrounding areas. For more information on this free festival, please visit the Dugan Foundation’s website or call 253-572-7700.